Alfred Medical Research And Education Precinct


AMREP has achieved an enormous amount since it was formally established in 2002 with the opening of new buildings for the Baker and Burnet Institutes, laboratories for Monash and The Alfred, and a central shared library, education centre and small animal facility.

Since then, research activity at AMREP has flourished, and research staff and student numbers have grown substantially due to institute mergers and the arrival of new groups. Some outstanding initiatives have been launched; these include Nucleus Network (Australia’s leading clinical research organisation specialising in the conduct of early phase clinical trials), the Australian Centre for Health Innovation (health technology evaluation and simulation education services), and the National Trauma Research Institute.

The completion in early 2010 of the new $200 million Alfred Centre, shared by all AMREP partners, is the latest achievement of this successful collaboration.

AMREP is made up of the following partners